The rise and fall of InVision
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The results of the UX Tools 2020 survey are in.
One of the biggest takeaways? Things aren’t looking great for InVision.
Only a few short years ago InVision seemed like it had all the momentum in the world. They had massive user growth and were valued as high as $1.9 billion. So, what happened?
The rise and fall of InVision →
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